Culling Model Shoot Images
So first thing I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go through some of these shots that we went through, mentally dissect them like I always do when I'm working on images. This one here I actually paused on this because this gives me an idea for a shot going forward in the future. So maybe if I was doing some and I don't do, I don't shoot a ton of engagement photos or anything like that but maybe if I was to, something like this concept would be kinda fun that shows a little bit of the setting above here, so you have like the paper, maybe I'll bring it down a little bit lower, but like tiny humans in environment. So, that just kinda gets my brain thinking where something in the future that maybe could be fun. So, I actually have, I'm gonna star that one as a two so that when I come back into Capture One and I'm looking at this catalog of images later I can look at it and be like oh yeah, that's right. So maybe in six months or a year from now, I'll do something with it or maybe next week but it's...
just a matter of you know, waiting for that experience and that opportunity to come to come to fruition so. So from here we're just going to fly through the photos. This one here I quite liked but of course you remember how I was saying that this area on the elbow was just a little bit weird, and if I notice it I guarantee you somebody on the internet is gonna call me out for it, so we're gonna go next. That on was intentionally shot a little bit differently. And so we're just kinda like chipping away at the poses here. So these are her hands, it's not too bad, but I mean it's still like we said this her body ratio is not this, so this is making her a little bit shorter so we'll probably pull it out a little bit in post-production. But we're just kinda sliding along here and I'm oh yeah you know these are not too bad, I might steal the hair from this one so I'm gonna mark that as a three, cause it you know just maybe if the pose at the side going forward in the future, I wanna add a little bit of texture, a little bit of movement, maybe I'm gonna do that, so I'm just making a note of it. And those are her face there going back and forth. These are kinda pretty but not really talking to me; it's very nice. And this is getting a lot nicer. Very soft, very pretty again. And that's really nice and that's the one I wound up picking right there. So that's very pretty. So I'm just kinda like literally just scanning through them. I knew when I shot it though that which one I was probably gonna work on. Actually after we finished filming, I was hit with an idea and so I shot a couple extra frames as I sometimes do, and I just had her turn her body a little bit, and we just had a couple people throwing fabric, and I wound up loving this one. I really, really, really like this one; it's very pretty. We kept the lighting setup the same, I just had her turn her back to me and just look over the shoulder. So, we're gonna start working on this one, but if for some reason it's just kinda bugging me and like I said, remember yesterday I was saying I pay attention to what's in here and I pay attention to the left side of my brain, if this is starting to feel kinda funny, I might jump over and try the other image so we're gonna probably bring both of them into Photoshop, I'm gonna look at the file with compared to the background image that I wanna use, and just see which one's gonna, I'm just gonna look at them and see which one's gonna jump out at me a little bit better.